WJEC Ignite: Tim Hudson

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WJEC Ignite: Tim Hudson

  1. 1. Tim Hudson Point Park University BEA IGNITE Social Responsibility of Journalist on a Global Scale
  2. 2. Social Responsibility of Journalists on a Global Scale Third World Journalism Education Congress 2013 Dr. Timothy J. Hudson Point Park University
  3. 3. Analytical Context: Broad Ethical Principles Professional and Cultural Values
  4. 4. Historical Context: The MacBride Commission, The NWICO, results and dénouement UN Resolution 1738 Important Concepts Include: Cultural Imperialism, Parachute Journalism, Media/Technology Access, Decentralization, Safety of Journalists, and Freedom of Expression
  5. 5. Case: UNESCO Revisits Journalism with the Model Curriculum Standardization, Flexibility, Adaptability, Process, Evolution, Risks
  6. 6. Case: WJEC 2 Syndicate on Journalism Education Task: Create the Ultimate Journalism Curriculum
  7. 7. Consensus: Journalism is a public, service-oriented profession. Its practice involves the application of informed yet skeptical inquiry in the pursuit of expository, clarifying and useful information. It involves the broad sharing of that information in accessible and participatory forms. Essential to the health of the journalism profession is the consistent advocacy of freedom of expression … Discord: …and the holding of those wielding power to accountability.
  8. 8. QUESTION: Should an international journalist be a crusader to "set things right?" Or, is it enough to conduct thorough research on a subject, work hard to get all the facts and details straight, and then report them accurately to the public in understandable form, stopping short of public activism or efforts to influence policy?
  9. 9. Contemporary Cases Effects Criticisms Lessons
  10. 10. Reality Check Reporters Without Borders Press Freedom Index
  11. 11. Bringing it Home Student presentations of ethical cases from their assigned interviews Subsequent discussion and conclusions
  12. 12. Additional resources include: Interviews, videos and quotes of world leaders, activists and correspondents on the role of journalism.
  13. 13. Social Responsibility of Journalists on a Global Scale Third World Journalism Education Congress 2013 Dr. Timothy J. Hudson Point Park University

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